This week the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association (OSSAA) issued another statement on its website regarding COVID-19 and its effects on extracurricular activities.

Jenkins quickly aided CHS golf

EDITOR’S NOTE: Senior profiles usually aren’t written until later in the seasons, but these unforeseen circumstances surrounding COVID-19 (also known as the Coronavirus) have obviously changed those plans.

Hernandez surges to starting role

EDITOR’S NOTE: Senior profiles usually aren’t written until later in the seasons, but these unforeseen circumstances surrounding COVID-19 (also known as the Coronavirus) have obviously changed those plans.

CDN | Collin Wieder Clinton senior golfer Kennedy Meacham swings through the ball at the Weatherford Tournament last year. Meacham averaged a sub-100 score for the season, helping the Lady Reds to the state tourney.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Senior profiles usually aren’t written until later in the seasons, but these unforeseen circumstances surrounding COVID-19 (also known as the Coronavirus) have obviously changed those plans.

Amaya kept working for CHS

EDITOR’S NOTE: Senior profiles usually aren’t written until later in the seasons, but these unforeseen circumstances surrounding COVID-19 (also known as the Coronavirus) have obviously changed those plans.

OB&T's Rising Stars

Miguel Clinton Chavez Girls’ Team Jr. of Team White Cetera played hits in the Clinton ball a Elementary Noon Basketball League this past season. Pictured are, front row, from left, Lions Brilyn tee LeGrand, ball game. Sadie Stottman, Adalynn McPhail, Ashanti Huddlen, Valerie Salinas, Catileya Huddlen, Andrea Ramirez, Noemi Escarcega, Carli Patton, Quincy Matlock; back row, coach Adam McPhail. CDN

Jefferson keeps name tied to titles

EDITOR’S NOTE: Senior profiles usually aren’t written until later in the seasons, but these unforeseen circumstances surrounding COVID-19 (also known as the Coronavirus) have obviously changed those plans.

Edelen, Pyron make All-State

A run to the Class A boys’ basketball state championship put Arapaho-Butler basketball on the map, and their statewide popularity grew with each postseason award.

Soto prepared to get title No. 3

EDITOR’S NOTE: Senior profiles usually aren’t written until later in the seasons, but these unforeseen circumstances surrounding COVID-19 (also known as the Coronavirus) have obviously changed those plans.

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